|Freelance Blues - Jonny Goldstein|
about the frustrations of being a freelance employee
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|Freelance Blues, Episode 4 - Jonny Goldstein|
One man's quest to get paid
Keywords: jonny goldstein; vlog; freelance blues; freelance blues; jonnygoldstein.com
|freelance blues, episode 2 - jonny goldstein|
One man's quest to get paid
Keywords: jonny goldstein; freelance blues; jonnygoldstein.com; vlog
|Freelance Blues, Episode 3 - Jonny Goldstein|
one man's quest to get paid, episode 3
Keywords: jonny goldstein; freelance blues; jonnygoldstein.com; new york humor; vlog
|Writing Careers: Interview with Freelance Writer and Children's Author Brad Herzog (Ep. #7)|
Freelance writer and award-winning author Brad Herzog tells Marc Luber of Careers Out There what it's like to build a writing career and how you can too.
Keywords: brad herzog; writing books; writing for children; writing careers; childrens books; careers in writing; writing for kids; careers out there; career ideas; career information; career advice; creative jobs; freelance writer; freelance writing jobs; how to be a freelance
|How Freelance Writer Finds Jobs to Make Ends Meet - Cathy Erway|
In Chapter 14 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, writer and healthy food advocate Cathy Erway answers "How Have You Found Jobs to Make Ends Meet and Pay the Bills as You Develop Your Career?" As a freelance writer, Erway builds strong relationships with a few publications, namely the L Magazine, Edible Brooklyn and Grist.org. The relationships provide her a steady stream of writing work that complement her work as a cooking teacher and restaurant cook...
Keywords: freelance writing; making money; make a living; freelancer; freelance jobs; teaching classes; creative work; pay the bills; food writer; cathy erway; erik michielsen; capture your flag; experimentation; security; cultivating passion; commitment; relationship building
|EPISODE SLICE #9: Will Moyer Talks About Freelancing as a Web Designer in Beijing|
On today’s episode slice, I’ve got Will Moyer, who is an ESL teacher turned web designer in Beijing, China. Like a few other guests on Atlas Sliced, Will began as an English teacher and then decided to pursue his skills and interest in web design. Instead of moving back to the good ole USA, Will stuck around in China, and he’s making it work as a freelancer. Here are some highlights from the interview: - Leaving his U.S...
Keywords: will moyer; alexa hart; atlas sliced; china; work in china; work abroad; web show; freelance in china
|Animator Jobs: Odd Todd Explains Freelance Animation Careers (Interview, Ep. #17)|
Freelance animator Odd Todd Rosenberg, creator of one of one of the first-ever viral videos, shares great advice about animation careers and being a freelance animator. He tells Marc Luber of Careers Out There how he broke into producing work for major TV programs and how you too can have an animation career.
Keywords: odd todd; animation careers; freelance animation; animator jobs; computer animation; career information; career ideas; career advice; careers out there
|The Career Challenge of Keeping Up With New Technology - Cathy Erway|
In Chapter 13 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, writer and healthy food advocate Cathy Erway answers "What New Challenges Are You Facing in Your Food and Writing Career?" Erway notes new challenges come with keeping up with and figuring out how to embrace new technology. She sees opportunities in using technology to make sustainable and local eating more approachable. She also notes the challenge she faces trying to keep up with new digital publishing tools and figure out where to i...
Keywords: writing online; digital publishing; keep up with technology; career challenge; sustainable food; local eating; freelance writer; food writer; cathy erway; erik michielsen; capture your flag; adaptation; embracing challenge; optimism; open-mindedness
|How to Make the Most of Living in a City - Cathy Erway|
In Chapter 10 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, writer and healthy food advocate Cathy Erway answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in a City?" Erway appreciates the cultural diversity that comes with living in a city. What she finds most enjoyable, however, is embracing the unifying element of food culture and the cross-cultural pursuit of finding affordable, satisfying food neighborhood by neighborhood...
Keywords: food culture; urban communities; city living; living in a city; why to live in a big city; freelance writer; author; healthy food advocate; cathy erway; erik michielsen; capture your flag; cultural appreciation; experience diversity
|What Factors Determine Your Work Ethic - Lulu Chen|
In Chapter 5 of 16 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, art director Lulu Chen answers "Where Did You Learn Your Work Ethic?" Chen considers nature versus nurture when thinking about the origins of her work ethic. She finds influences do come from outside forces such as parents or work experience but also feels much of work ethic is inherent and part of who you are. Lulu Chen is a photo art director working in retail e-commerce in New York City...
Keywords: where does work ethic come from; learn work ethic; work ethic examples; nature or nurture; freelance work; art director; lulu chen; erik michielsen; capture your flag; parental influence; individuality; character development; introspection